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Biodiversity Integration Case Studies

This collection of 17 cases from the 2019 USAID Biodiversity Integration Case Study Competition illustrates how biodiversity conservation is critically linked to the journey to self-reliance—by reducing extreme poverty, increasing food security, improving human health, managing climate impacts, building resilience to recurrent crises, and achieving many other development objectives. Together, the cases provide a snapshot of how USAID Missions and implementing partners conceptualize, design, and implement cross-sectoral integration.

Each case describes a USAID activity and shares lessons learned and common tools used to advance integrated programming. Cases provide examples of different approaches to integration, including integrated geographies and/or funding streams, and situations in which funding from one sector generates benefits across sectors.

Approaches

funding integration iconProject or activity receives funding from two or more funding streams.

Co-Funded

single funding integration iconProject or activity receives funding from one funding stream and has intentional benefits for another sector.

Single Funded
w/Co-benefits

co-located iconBiodiversity intervention target area(s) have landscape- and/or community-level overlap with other sector interventions.

Co-Located

Sectors

biodiversity icon

Biodiversity

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Climate Change

governance icon

Democracy, Rights, & Governance

economic growth icon

Economic Growth

education icon

Education

food security icon

Food Security

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Health

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Water

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